By the Sea
In still moments by the sea life seems large-drawn and simple. It is there we can see into ourselves. ~ Rolf Edberg
Lovely! Reminds me somewhat of the Alphonse Mucha Art Nouveau show I attended recently. Is Eugene Grasset of the same period, I wonder? I’ll have to Google, but right now I must run! Good to be back in the blogging world and to “see” you, Barbara! <3
Yes, Grasset was another leader of the Art Nouveau movement, like Aphonse Mucha! 🙂
My grandmother was a fan of Art Nouveau. Her wedding picture frame was Art Nouveau, as well as her dining room table. But much of the furniture in her inherited house was Victorian and I suspect she felt kind of stuck with those pieces.
I am happy to see you back in the blogging world, too, Timi! 🙂
Thank you kindly, Barbara! <3 It is nice to be back…
Thank you, Laurie!
Wonderful! I am hoping for some snow when I go to Sweden for Christmas.
I do hope you had snow for your Christmas in Sweden, Tiny! We had snow for a couple of our celebrations. 🙂 A blizzard cancelled a visit from our daughter and her family. Their flight was diverted…
So sorry to hear about the blizzard and the missed visit. I did see snow outside the city when I arrived, but we did not get any more after I arrived. It was lovely to be “back home” nevertheless.
Wondering how you are doing as December settles in around us…
Hi Kathy! December was a quiet month, healing from the surgery and enjoying visits from family and friends. Turns out winter and recuperation work well together. 🙂
Beautiful! I hope you’re okay, Barbara. Am thinking of you. x
Thank you, Val! I was okay but not quite up to blogging yet. It hurt too much to sit up at the table, but lying in the recliner watching TV and movies for six weeks was way more comfortable. Now my pelvis is feeling good and healed again. 🙂